The Potential Impact of Norton v. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance on the Balance of Federalism and New Mexico’s Environmental Protection Efforts
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Norton et al. v. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, et al
When the current United States Supreme Court issues a unanimous opinion on environmental issues, constitutional and environmental lawyers take note. On June 14, 2004, the United States Supreme Court issued just such a unanimous opinion in Norton et al. v. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, et al.
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Norton, et al. v. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, et al.